Tunisia promises “historic agreement” in Libya talks

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

TUNIS – Libyan rivals taking part in the UN-sponsored Libyan Political Dialogue Forum, which kicks off Monday in Tunisia, will reach a “historic agreement” that ends the country’s crisis, said Walid Al-Hajam, a spokesman for the Tunisian presidency, on Saturday.

In a statement, Al-Hajam said that his country is optimistic that this Forum will reach outcomes that enable the Libyan people to have a clear-cut road map that will pave the way for a democratic process, adding that the Libyan people deserve a much better situation than the one they are in now.

Al-Hajam described the planned Libyan dialogue as very important for a political settlement in Libya, stressing that it will represent the culmination of a long track of consultations and coordination  between Tunisia and the UN Mission based in Tunis.


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